This includes leaning in, the room encompassing glance, crossing the legs toward, pointing toward with the fingers and toes, torso orientated toward rather than away, fluttering of the eyes, high blink rate and high chew rate (if eating), increased touching, hugging with the hips pressed against hips, shallow breathing and panting, flared nostrils, and mirroring. However, with this encounter, there are inherent risks. Women have been programmed to be the elicitors of sex, not the pursuers and aggressors.
It is the woman’s job to indicate that approach is welcome, but it not her job to approach.
When it finally comes time to speak, it is essential to once again ramp up our mindfulness of what is going on non-verbally since things might change dramatically.
Impressions are fleeting and ever-changing, especially at the initial stages of a relationship.
However, since body language occurs naturally and instantly, we can gauge and watch the evolution of people’s perception of us over time.
Christopher Philip This article is presented as an add-on to the my free book BLP: The Only Book On Body Language That Everybody Needs To Read: Chapter 13 – Courtship Signals.
Please note that all links in this article are done by me personally and will open in a new tab and you should explore these links to gain a more thorough understanding of courtship.